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Explanation: Ants work very hard, and a similar expression in English would be "to work like a dog". "Slowly but surely" implies tha there is no rush, but they get things done - like in Italian: "piano, piano, si va lontano."
Paul Dixon Brazil Local time: 17:43 Native speaker of: English, Portuguese PRO pts in category: 8